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Old 01-20-2012, 03:32 PM
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AXLE SWAP QUESTIONS

So I have a 78 f150 with a ford 9 in the rear and dana 44 up front, and a parts truck with a dana 60 in the rear, is there a way I could take the dana 60 from the rear and swap it in for the dana 44 up front?
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Honestly i don't know really much with axles but i think as long as the mounts line up and the drive line fits it should work. But i don't know how the locking system would work for 4wd.
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I was more worried about steering complications
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i'm confused what r u doing? a rear end up front would make it not turn any more....
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Wouldn't you be able to mate the turning set up from the D44 to the D60?
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no axle tube diameter is different ,and axle shafts,
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